The Price of Being a Low Cost Supplier

As a long time player in the green industry we routinely debate the merits of being the market's lowest cost supplier. The dynamics of that internal discussion always places us squarely in the throws of a conundrum; one I believe many wholesale d...

By Kevin Connelly

Z One VitaSmart in the NFL- Cincinnati Bengals

As NFL teams enter training camp, over at the practice fields across the street from Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, one thing is for sure. While the player roster shifts, Head Groundskeeper Darian Daily enters his 12th season with the Cincinnat...

By Stacie Zinn Roberts

From Thirty-Thousand Feet

Thirty-thousand feet is the cruising altitude for most long distance commercial flights and, until a band of Russian/Ukrainian thugs decided to shoot flight MH17 out of the air, it was considered a safe environment for civil aviation, which contri...

By Frans Jager

What It Takes to Be Average

Well not much. Average is simply that average. Not bad enough to be thrown into the trash but not good enough to ever order again. Speaking personally when I try a new restaurant and find the food or the service to be average I don't go back. ...

By Kevin Connelly

The Dog Days of Summer

We work in the turf industry so our families, friends and clients can enjoy these long hot "dog days of summer" barbequing in the back yard or sharing a round on the golf course with a friend. We also work hard to assure that we don't have to bec...

By Joel Simmons